VICTORIA DEIORIO designed sound for Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Waiting for Godot, and The Mountaintop at Court Theatre. Off-Broadway: A Christmas Carol at St. Clements, Two Point Oh at Primary Stages, The Bluest Eye with Steppenwolf at The Duke Theatre; Cassie’s Chimera at Joe’s Pub (The Public); Arnie the Doughnut at the NY Music Theatre Festival; Ophelia at the NYC Fringe Fest; The God of Hell at the Actor’s Studio (Associate); Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams at Primary Stages (Associate); Live Girls at Urban Stages (Associate); Luminescence Dating at Ensemble Studio Theatre (Associate); and Boy at Primary Stages (Associate). Regional: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Goodman, Steppenwolf Theatre, Victory Gardens, Northlight Theatre, Center Stage Baltimore, Syracuse Stage, Indiana Repertory, Cleveland Playhouse, and many other theatres in Chicago, NY, and LA. She is the first woman to have been nominated for 13 Joseph Jefferson Awards—winning seven—and she has received two After Dark Awards. Victoria is the head of Sound Design at DePaul University. For more information, visit www.victoria-sound-design.com.